New issue of Society and Space

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space – volume 26 issue 4.

Guest editorial: Pakistan—an ungovernable space?

Robina Mohammad

The Shock Doctrine: a discussion

Naomi Klein, Neil Smith

The technological metaphysics of planetary space: being in the age of globalization

Mikko Joronen

Foucault’s spatial combat

Peter Johnson

The work of policy: actor networks, governmentality, and local action on climate change in Portland, Oregon

Ted Rutland, Alex Aylett

Out of rubble: natural disaster and the materiality of the house

Justin Wilford

On inscriptions and ex-inscriptions: the production of immediacy in a home telecare service

Daniel López, Miquel Domènech

Inventing seed: the nature(s) of intellectual property in plants

Thom van Dooren

The power of water: developing dialogues between Foucault and Gramsci

Michael Ekers, Alex Loftus

Space and protest policing at international summits

Mike Zajko, Daniel Béland

Acts of genocide

Christian Abrahamsson, Nigel Eltringham, Bülent Diken and Gunnar Olsson


Minca on Agamben: Il potere e la gloria

Garrett on Edensor: Industrial ruins: space, aesthetics and materiality

Via Stuart Elden


One Response

  1. […] Posted on August 26, 2008 by Jeremy The Ekers/Loftus paper on the geopolitics of water in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space has been posted online at globalpoliticsweblog. Not sure who is behind that blog or if they have […]

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